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    Programmable Thermostat with Plug in RF Boiler Control

    Instruction Manual

    Model No ST620WBC

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    PRODUCT COMPLIANCE

    This product complies with the essential requirements of the following EC Directives:
    • Electro-Magnetic Compatibility directive 2004/108/EC




    EC Marking directive 93/68/EEC
    R&TTE Directives 99/5/EC

    SAFETY INFORMATION

    These instructions are applicable to the Salus Controls model stated on the front cover of this manual only,
    and must not be used with any other make or model.
    These instructions are intended to apply in the United Kingdom only, and should be followed along with
    any other statutory obligations.
    This accessory must be fitted by a Competent person, and installation must comply with the guidance
    provided in the current editions of BS7671 (IEE Wiring Regulations) and Part ‘P’ of the Building Regulations.
    Failure to comply with the requirements of these publications could lead to prosecution.
    Always isolate the AC Mains supply before installing or removing the Integral
    RF Boiler Control to the boiler.
    When fitting or replacing the batteries, do not mix old and new batteries together.
    Do not use rechargeable batteries.
    Please leave these instructions with the end user where they should be kept in a safe place
    for future reference.

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    INTRODUCTION
    The ST620WBC comprises of the S series programmable room thermostat with an integral plugin RF boiler control. The RF boiler control is a direct replacement for the basic time clock or
    blanking plate usually supplied with the boiler. Installing the RF boiler control takes minutes.
    Once installed, you will benefit from all the control features of the Salus ST620 programmable
    room thermostat.

    Your new ST620WBC includes the following:
    ST620 Programmable Room Thermostat
    A programmable room thermostat is a device that combines the functions of both a room
    thermostat and time controller into a single unit. The programmable thermostat is used to switch
    your heating system on and off as required. It works by controlling the temperature according
    to a series of programmed time settings that take effect at different times of the day.
    The ST620 programmable room thermostat is a stylish and accurate 5/2 or 7 day programmable
    electronic thermostat with a large, easy to read display. This programmable thermostat has been
    specifically designed to be used with the integral RF boiler control.

    Features








    Touch Ring Technology
    Large LCD with White Backlight
    Stylish Casing
    Intelligent Communication Technology
    Battery Powered with Replacement Indicator
    Frost Protection

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    Burner on Symbol
    Radio Controlled Clock (RCC)
    Holiday Function
    Service Function
    Six Time / Temperature Settings
    Secure RF Transmission

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    INTEGRAL RF BOILER CONTROL
    The Integral RF boiler control is the RF receiving unit for the ST620 programmable
    room thermostat. This unit uses a plug-in connection to connect directly to your
    boiler and provides the ON/OFF switching.

    Features






    LED status indication
    Plug-in connection to boiler
    3 position switch
    868 MHz communication

    About this Manual
    This manual is divided into nine parts,
    these have been colour coded as follows:

    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.
    5.
    6.
    7.
    8.
    9.

    INTRODUCTION
    INSTALLATION
    USER CONTROLS
    BASIC OPERATION
    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
    SERVICE FUNCTIONS
    USEFUL INFORMATION
    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
    WARRANTY

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    6
    15
    18
    21
    33
    39
    41
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    Also in the box...
    Installation Manual
    Warranty card,
    Surface mount stand
    2 x Screws
    2 x Anchors
    2 x AA batteries

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    1. INSTALLATION
    ST620 Programmable Room Thermostat

    Getting Started…….
    Installing the ST620 Batteries
    To open the case of the ST620, undo the securing screw on the bottom.

    Now pull the screw down until it stops, then carefully separate the two
    halves of the case by gently pulling out an upwards direction. You will
    now see the battery compartments on the rear of the front fascia as shown.
    Ensure that the batteries are inserted correctly and check the polarity.

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    Powering up the ST620 for the first time
    As soon as the batteries have been inserted, the ST620 will power up for the first time and behave
    in the following way:
    All the segments on the display along with the display backlight will be turned on as shown.

    After two seconds, the software version number will be briefly on the screen.

    The ST620 will now prompt you to choose a language. If you require ENGLISH press OK. If you require
    a different Language use the touch ring to scroll through the language options then press OK.

    The ST620 at this point will be in AUTO and at factory default settings. Changing default settings will
    be explained in sections 4 & 5. You will also notice that the time at the top of the LCD is flashing.
    This will continue to flash until the unit picks up the RCC (Radio Controlled Clock) signal and displays
    the correct time. More information on the RCC can be found on page 29.
    Now put the ST620 front fascia in a safe place so you can mount the ST620 back plate. The back
    plate is easily fixed to the wall and uses industry standard mounting positions. We recommend that
    you continue with the back plate mounting before starting to program the ST620.

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    Note: If you do not wish to mount the ST620 on the wall, use the stand provided and
    assemble the ST620 front and back housing. Remember to tighten the screw at the bottom.

    Wall Mounting Guidelines
    The ST620 should be mounted in a location where the thermostat is accessible, reasonably lit and
    free from extremes of temperature and draughts. Do not mount the thermostat on an outside wall,
    above a radiator or in a location where it may be subjected to direct sunlight.
    The ST620 should be mounted in a location where it will not come into contact with moisture or
    condensation as this can affect the Touch Ring operation.

    SURFACE MOUNT STAND SUPPLIED

    To ensure trouble free reception for both the Radio Controlled Clock (RCC) and the Radio Frequency (RF) signal. Always ensure
    that the programmable thermostat is mounted away from any possible sources of interference (such as radios, TV sets,
    computers, etc.), and is not mounted on or in close proximity to large metal objects. Installing the ST620 in enclosed areas such
    as cellars and basements is not recommended.
    NOTE: The ideal position to locate the ST620 is about 1.5m above floor level.

    RF Transmission
    The receiving range between ST620 and the RF Boiler Control is around 100 metres in open air, however many factors can affect
    the RF transmission and shorten the operating distance, e.g. shielding by thick walls, foil back plasterboard, metal objects
    such as filing cabinets, general RF interference, and so on.
    The operating range is generally around 30 metres, which is large enough for most
    household applications.

    Mounting the Back plate
    Use the screws and anchors supplied to mount the ST620 back plate in your chosen
    position. Now attach the ST620 front fascia to the back plate. Remember to tighten the
    securing screw

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    Mounting the RF Integral Boiler Control to the boiler

    DANGER!




    24V & 230V: Do not Touch Electrical Components or circuits
    Isolate mains electricity supply before starting any work
    and observe all relevant safety precautions
    Follow electro static discharge precaution.
    Do not touch any visible PCB parts or components.

    A

    1.

    Switch off the boiler at its main supply. Remove the outer casing and front
    fascia to allow access to the main control panel.

    2.

    Remove cover panel A upwards to remove.

    3.

    Pull top tab B upwards, then outwards to remove blanking plate or existing control.

    B

    Now you are ready to fit your Salus integral RF boiler control

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    4.

    First plug in the connector block C ensuring correct orientation.
    Remember to ensure the block is fully connected

    5.

    Now locate the boiler control’s four hooks then press in and down.
    Replace Cover panel A.

    C

    A

    6.

    Replace the front fascia and boiler’s outer casing

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    7.

    Before switching the boiler on at its mains supply,
    ensure the module switch is in the OFF position
    .

    8.

    To ensure the boiler control is connected properly, please
    now move the switch to ON
    . The boiler should now Fire
    and the LED on the your boiler control should illuminate

    9.

    Now move the switch back to AUTO

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    RF COMMUNICATION
    Your ST620 comes already paired with the integral boiler control. This means that the ST620 will communicate with
    integral boiler control straight away.

    Testing the ST620 RF communication
    Press the touch ring anywhere (except the OK and Arrow keys) to enter manual override mode. The current set
    temperature will be displayed on the LCD, now press the touch ring again and move your finger clockwise to increase
    the displayed temperature to 35 deg. Now press the OK button, your boiler should now fire and the LED on the integral
    boiler control should be illuminated.
    If you find that the LED on the integral boiler control and the boiler are already on, double check you have the integral
    boiler controls selector switch in the AUTO position. If the switch is in the AUTO position follow the instructions above
    but decrease the temperature to 5ºC. The LED and boiler should go off.
    To stop testing the RF communication press and hold the arrow key on the ST620 for 2 seconds –
    this will return the ST620 to AUTO mode. You can now proceed to the user controls section on page 15.

    Manual Setup of RF Communication
    If you find that your ST620 will not communicate with integral
    boiler control please follow the steps below:
    1.

    Ensure the switch on the RF integral boiler
    module is in the AUTO

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    2.

    Gently press and hold the SYNC button with a blunt
    object. After 3 seconds the Boiler Control LED will flash
    once every second to indicate it is ready to pair and
    ready to receive a signal from the ST620. The Boiler
    Control will remain in pairing mode for 12 minutes.

    3.

    Activate ST620 into pairing mode. To access the Menu
    screens on the ST620RF, press the OK key twice. The first
    menu displayed is the PROGRAM menu:

    4.

    Use the Touch Ring to scroll through the Menus
    to locate the pair option then press OK key

    5.

    Press OK key again activate pairing mode.
    PAIR will stop flashing and the pair icon will appear

    6.

    The display will change to show a rundown timer:

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    The display counts down for a period of 10 minutes, with the RF Signal indicator flashing while the signal is being
    transmitted. The RF address code will be generated randomly.
    When the Boiler Control successfully receives a signal from the ST620 during the pairing operation, the Boiler Control
    will store the generated address code into its internal memory. The LED will pulse once every second and go out if the
    code is stored correctly, or pulse twice every second if this was unsuccessful. If pairing is unsuccessful then you will have
    to re-start the pairing process.

    Additional Information

    Pressing the Reset button on the ST620 will clear the RF address code and restore the default code which will be saved
    into the internal memory of the unit. Replacing the ST620 batteries will not affect the RF code setting, pressing and
    holding the SYNC button on the Boiler Control will however clear the RF address code saved into the internal memory,
    and switch the Boiler Control into pairing mode, as previously described.

    SERVICE and CONTROL functions

    If you require to use the above functions of the ST620 during this Installation, please refer to pages 33 and 34.

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    USER CONTROLS
    Integral RF Boiler Control
    A – LED
    This LED will be on when the ST620 is demanding heat.
    B – Mode Switch
    ON – Boiler will be on continuous
    AUTO – will follow time and temperature program in the ST620
    OFF – Boiler is off
    C – SYNC Button - This is used only for pairing the RF communications.

    ST620 Overview
    The status and operation of the ST620 is clearly shown
    on the large Liquid Crystal Display (LCD).
    This display allows the user to see at a glance the current status of the heating
    system, as well as a clear indication of the current room temperature.

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    There are few user controls for the ST620, making the programmable thermostat very easy to operate. The controls are a Touch
    Ring (which surrounds the user display), two touch sensitive buttons, a reset button and a slide operated switch mounted on
    the side of the thermostat. These controls are shown below, along with a description of each of their functions.

    Indicator

    Description

    Function

    Clock Display

    Displays the day and time

    Temperature indicator

    Displays set or measured temperature

    Alphanumeric Display

    Displays menu and other status messages

    Programme Number
    indicator

    Displays the number of the
    active (selected) programme

    Heat Mode indicator

    Indicates heating output is turned on.

    Holiday indicator

    Indicates Holiday operation mode is selected

    Battery Status

    Indicates battery is low

    RF Signal indicator

    Indicates the unit is transmitting
    a wireless signal

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    RCC indicator

    Indicates unit is searching for radio controlled clock signal

    Service indicator

    Indicates Service function is active

    Frost Mode indicator

    Indicates frost setting is turned on

    Touch Lock indicator

    Indicates touch lock is activated

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    USER CONTROL FUNCTION SUMMARY ST620:
    Key / Operation

    Functions

    Touch Ring (move clockwise)

    Increases the set temperature and scrolls through the menu selection

    Touch Ring (move anti- clockwise)

    Decreases the set temperature and scrolls through the menu selection

    OK Key

    Enters Menu or confirms a menu selection

    Arrow (Back) Key

    Single touch- sets the unit back 1 step.
    Hold for 2 seconds sets unit back to normal mode

    Reset Button

    Resets the thermostat to default (original factory) settings

    Slide Switch

    Activates and deactivates the key lock function (prevents accidental changes)

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    BASIC OPERATION
    Getting Started………..
    ST620 Programmable room thermostat
    Your ST620 comes with factory set default
    program. The temperature and time settings
    have already been set. If the default program
    meets your requirement there is no need to
    change the default program.

    Programme
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6

    Output
    ON
    TEMP
    ON
    TEMP
    ON
    TEMP
    ON
    TEMP
    ON
    TEMP
    ON
    TEMP

    Weekday
    6:00AM
    21ºC
    8:00AM
    14ºC
    11:00AM
    21ºC
    1:00PM
    14ºC
    4:00PM
    21ºC
    9:00PM
    14ºC

    Weekend
    6:00AM
    21ºC
    8:00AM
    14ºC
    11:00AM
    21ºC
    1:00PM
    14ºC
    4:00PM
    21ºC
    9:00PM
    14ºC

    Reviewing the Set Temperature
    1.

    AUTO mode is when the thermostat is displaying the room temperature.

    2.

    If you press the Touch Ring anywhere except the OK and Arrow keys
    you can check the set temperature setting.

    This will display the current set temperature. The set temperature will be displayed
    for two seconds before the LCD changes to display the room temperature again.
    The ST620 will go back to AUTO mode without changing the set
    temperature after 10 seconds of inactivity, or after pressing the Arrow key.

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    Manual Override
    When the ST620 is in AUTO mode, press the Touch Ring anywhere except the OK and
    Arrow keys to enter the manual override mode. The currently set temperature will be
    displayed on the LCD and will flash.
    When the set temperature is flashing, press the touch ring and move your finger clockwise
    to increase the set temperature, or anti-clockwise to decrease the set temperature. Press OK
    at any time to confirm the selection.
    NOTE: The ST620 will go back to AUTO mode without changing the set temperature after
    10 seconds of inactivity, or after pressing the Arrow key.
    When the ST620 is operating in Manual Override mode, the LCD will display MANUAL
    instead of AUTO. The manual setting will remain in effect until the next programme time
    is reached, or the Manual Override mode is cancelled.

    Manual Override mode can be cancelled at any time by pressing and holding the Arrow key
    for 2 seconds – this will return the ST620 to AUTO mode.

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    RF Boiler Control
    When the switch on the Boiler Module is in the AUTO position, the
    Boiler Control will automatically receive the RF signal from the
    ST620 and control the module output so that it switches the boiler
    accordingly.

    The user can also move the switch to the MANUAL ON position;
    when in this mode, the boiler will be always turned on and the LED
    indicator will also be lit constantly.

    The user can also move the switch to the OFF position; when in this
    mode, the boiler will not receive a signal from the ST620 and the
    LED indicator will also be lit constantly.

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    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
    Menu Screen Overview
    Press the OK key twice and use
    the touch ring to scroll through
    the Menus, and you can then press
    the OK key to select the menu you
    want to use.

    You can scroll through the menus in either direction, depending on the direction you move your finger around the
    Touch Ring. The menus are displayed in the order shown in the picture above.
    Pressing the Arrow key will return the ST620 to AUTO/MANUAL mode. The programmable thermostat will also return
    to AUTO/MANUAL mode after 10 seconds if no Key is pressed.
    NOTE: SERVICE and CONTROL are functions that should be carried out by an installer or competent person.
    These function are explained in detail on Page 33.

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    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS IN DETAIL
    PROGRAM Function
    Changing the Default Time and Temperature Program
    The ST620 offers great versatility with its programming options, allowing the user to programme the ST620 to operate
    on an individual, 5/2 or 7 day control cycle. The programmable thermostat has a default set of programmes that have
    been designed to meet the needs of most users. If these default programmes are not suitable for your particular
    situation, reprogramming the ST620 with your own settings is a very straightforward operation.

    How to access the PROGRAM menu
    To access the menu screens, press the OK key twice. The first menu
    displayed is the PROGRAM menu. Press the OK button to select.
    Initially, the numbers for the Weekdays will be selected and flashing –
    you can scroll through all the various options for day selection
    weekdays (1-5) weekends (6-7) all 7 days (1-7) or individual days by
    using the touch ring. As usual, pressing the OK Key will select the
    desired option.
    After correct selection of the day option, the ST620 display will change
    to the next programming screen. These screens allow you to set the
    required time and temperature settings to provide optimum control
    for your heating system.

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    The hour setting will be the first setting that needs to be adjusted, and
    this will easily be seen because the ‘hours’ section of the time will be
    flashing. Using the Touch Ring, scroll up or down to adjust the hour to
    the required setting and then press the OK key to confirm.
    After confirming this setting the ‘minutes’ section of the time will then
    start to flash. Change this setting using the Touch Ring in the same way
    that you changed the hour setting, confirming your setting with the
    OK key. Finally, set the desired temperature setting by scrolling with
    the Touch Ring and again confirm with the OK key.
    Following this sequence you will have set up Programme 1 – the ST620
    display will then move on to Programme 2. Continue to add your
    desired settings for each of the programmes through to Programme 6
    in the same way as Programme 1 (hour, minutes, and temperature).
    If you decide to enter settings for individual days rather than Weekdays or Weekends, the ST620 also offers a time saving
    COPY function that allows the user to copy settings from one day to another.

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    After entering the settings in Programmes 1 to 6 for Monday(1), the ST620 display will change to display a COPY TO
    screen. On this screen, scroll to the day that you want to copy the settings to using the Touch Ring, and then confirm
    this by pressing the OK key. The ST620 will then move to the next day and ask if you would like to copy again.
    In the example here, Monday(1) has been programmed, and the next day that has not been programmed is Tuesday(2).
    Once the settings for Tuesday(2) have been programmed by copying, the settings can then be copied to Wednesday(3),
    and so on.
    Pressing the Arrow key at any time will return the ST620 to the previous screen. Once all the days have been
    programmed, the ST620 will revert to AUTO mode.
    Please be aware that each of the programme time settings must be in sequence: for example, Programme 3
    cannot be set with a time earlier than Programme 2. If this situation occurs, then the ST620 may operate in an
    unpredictable way. The programmable thermostat will return to NORMAL mode after 10 seconds if no Key is pressed
    or if no movement is detected on the Touch Ring. In this case, the Programmes will not be updated

    HOLIDAY FUNCTION
    Entering the HOLIDAY menu allows you to turn the holiday override mode of the ST620 on. The HOLIDAY mode allows
    the user to override all the current Programme settings with a specific temperature setting that is active between two
    dates entered by the user.
    When the holiday start date arrives, the HOLIDAY indicator turns on and the HOLIDAY mode is switched on. As long as
    the ST620 is in HOLIDAY mode the FROST protection mode will be disabled. When the holiday end date is reached, the
    HOLIDAY mode will be turned off automatically and the ST620 will operate in AUTO mode. The HOLIDAY mode indicator
    will be displayed on all the HOLIDAY menu screens.

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    To start entering the Holiday Override settings, press the OK key once. ‘S_DAY’ will appear on
    the display. Use the Touch Ring to scroll to set the date and confirm the choice using the OK
    button.

    The month setting (‘S_MONTH’) will then be
    selected – change this setting in the same way
    using the Touch Ring, and confirm the setting
    using the OK button. Finally, set the year
    (‘S_YEAR’) – this is done in exactly the same way
    as previously described for the date and month.

    After confirming the year setting by
    pressing the OK key, the display will then
    change to display the first screen for
    entering the holiday end date.

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    Use the Touch Ring to enter the date in exactly the same way as for the holiday start date.
    By default, the HOLIDAY mode start and end dates are set to the current date. Make sure
    that the end date is after the start date – if not, the HOLIDAY mode will be disabled.
    The final setting to be entered is the protection temperature you want set while HOLIDAY
    mode is active.

    Use the Touch Ring to set the preferred temperature and confirm the choice using the OK
    button. Once the temperature setting is confirmed, the HOLIDAY mode will be activated.

    While in this mode the HOLIDAY mode indicator
    will be shown on the display, but
    there will not be any MANUAL or AUTO indication. Pressing the Touch Ring will change the
    display to show the current temperature setting, but this setting cannot be adjusted while
    in this mode.

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    Cancelling Holiday Override Mode
    When in HOLIDAY mode, pressing the OK key will make the display change between CANCEL and HOLIDAY every 0.5
    seconds as shown below:
    Pressing the OK key will cancel HOLIDAY
    mode and return the ST620 to AUTO mode.
    Pressing the Arrow key leaves the
    programmable thermostat in HOLIDAY mode.

    FROST (Protection) Function
    Entering the FROST menu allows you to turn the frost protection mode of the ST620 on or off. The FROST mode
    temperature is preset at 5 ºC; this temperature is factory set and cannot be adjusted. The FROST mode indicator
    will
    be displayed on all the FROST menu screens.

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    On entering the menu, use the Touch Ring to scroll to the preferred option (OFF or ON), and confirm the choice using
    the OK button. Use the Arrow key to return to the Menu Option display.
    If the ST620 is operating in FROST mode the LCD will not indicate MANUAL or AUTO, but will
    display both the room temperature and also the FROST mode indicator.
    To turn off FROST mode, select the FROST menu and then by using the Touch Ring scroll to the OFF
    setting. Press the OK key to confirm the setting.

    SLEEP Function
    The SLEEP mode allows the ST620 to conserve power by turning off the LCD display. Entering the
    SLEEP menu allows you to activate this power saving feature from a 5 second run down timer:
    Pressing the OK Key at any time within the 5 seconds will cause the ST620 to immediately go into
    SLEEP mode, as will allowing the countdown to complete. Pressing the Arrow key will return the
    ST620 to the Menu display mode.
    Pressing the Touch Ring for 1 second will turn on the LCD backlight, and pressing the Touch Ring for 3 seconds will wake
    the ST620 from SLEEP mode and restore the programmable thermostat to AUTO mode.
    NOTE: The unit will not control the heating while in SLEEP mode.

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    TIME Function
    Radio Controlled Clock
    The ST620 time and day of the week settings are updated automatically every
    day (at 12:00 AM or 2:00 AM) by the use of a very accurate internal Radio
    Controlled Clock.

    The RCC status indicator will be displayed for 10 minutes during clock updates. The indicator will
    flash during the time update process, after which the indicator will be displayed for 5 minutes before
    turning off.
    The time and date will also be automatically updated when the ST620 is powered up, or after the Reset
    Button is pressed.
    If for any reason the ST620 fails to automatically update the time setting, then the data stored in the
    internal memory will be used. The clock settings can also be changed manually if required – manual
    settings will be overwritten at the next successful
    automatic update.
    If the time and date setting need to be set manually,
    this can be done by accessing the TIME menu. The first
    option within the menu is a choice of 12 or 24 hour
    clock setting.

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    On entering the menu, use the Touch Ring to scroll to
    the preferred option (12 or 24 hour clock), and
    confirm the choice using the OK button. Use the
    Arrow key to return to the previous screen display.
    After setting the time display format, the next screen
    display allows you to set the time.

    Use the Touch Ring to scroll to set the hour and confirm the choice using the OK button. The minute
    setting will then be selected – change this setting in the same way using the Touch Ring, and confirm
    the setting using the OK button. After setting the time, the next screen display allows you to set the date
    – this is set in exactly the same way as previously described for the time.

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    After setting the date, the next screen
    display allows you to set the daylight
    saving time (DST) option.

    Use the Touch Ring to scroll to set the DST option ON or OFF, and confirm the setting using the OK
    button – the default setting is ON. Press the Arrow key to return to the previous screen display, or do
    nothing for 10 seconds and the ST620 will return to NORMAL mode.
    The DST setting allows the ST620 to automatically adjust the time when local time changes from
    Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) to British Summer Time (BST) on the last Sunday in March, and then back
    to GMT on the last Sunday in October each year.

    LANGUAGE Function
    The language selection is usually selected on first power up or when the unit
    is reset. This is explained on page 7. However if you require to change the
    language of the ST620 then you can do this by accessing the language menu.
    Entering the language menu will allow you select your required language

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    Once you have displayed your required language, press the OK button to select and save.

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    SERVICE and CONTROL Functions
    Service Function
    The Service Menu should only be selected or changed by the Engineer carrying out the
    installation, or other qualified person. It is strongly recommended that you familiarise yourself
    with the instructions contained in the Operation section of this manual before attempting to
    change any of the settings in the SERVICE menu.

    To access the Menu screens, press the OK key twice. The first menu displayed is
    PROGRAM:

    Use the Touch Ring to scroll through the various menus, and press OK key to
    activate the service menu.

    The SERVICE indicator
    will be displayed on all SERVICE menu screens. Firstly you
    need to enter a unique PIN code, when the first digit flashes scroll to set the first
    digit and press OK to confirm the repeat for the other two digits.

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    Once all digits have been entered, press OK to confirm or the arrow key to return to previous digit or
    previous display. The service code is total 3 digits, from 000 to 999.
    NOTE: If you forget the code then you will need to contact the Salus Technical Team
    Now you have entered your own PIN
    code you will be asked to select
    SERVICE ON or OFF. Default is OFF, if
    you do not require the service function
    activated press OK and proceed to
    HEAT or COOL menu.

    If you require SERVICE mode activated, use the touch ring to scroll from OFF to ON and press OK.

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    HEAT or COOL
    The unit is default HEAT, if you are happy with HEAT press
    OK . If you wish to configure the ST620 for a cooling
    application, select COOL and press OK

    NOTE: Changing the HEAT or COOL function should only be done by your engineer or a
    competent person. Changing this setting will have a serious effect on your system operation.
    If you have selected service as OFF press to save and return to the AUTO Display.
    If you have selected service as ON then follow the instructions on the next pages.

    The next menu screen allows
    you to set the next service
    date for the system. Set the
    date in the order of; day,
    month and year:

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    Confirm the setting using the OK key, or Press the Arrow key to return to the
    previous screen display. The next menu screen allows you to set a temperature
    setting. This temperature is the maximum temperature that the heating system
    will operate at once the previously set service date is reached.
    The temperature is set by scrolling the Touch Ring to the desired setting, then
    confirming with the OK key.
    After enabling SERVICE mode, there is a screen that will allow you to enter an 11 digit number – this
    feature is intended for you to enter your telephone number so that the end user can contact you when
    the next service is due. The number is entered in the same way as the code – scroll with the Touch Ring
    until you reach the required number, then confirm by pressing the OK key.

    Repeat this action until you have entered the entire telephone number. After entering and confirming
    the last digit with the OK key, store the telephone number by pressing the Arrow key.
    Once set as described, the SERVICE indicator will appear on the display 30 days before the set date. At
    seven days before the set date, the SERVICE indicator will flash and the bottom section of the display will
    alternate between displaying the current mode (AUTO or MANUAL), and the telephone number
    previously entered.

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    Once the SERVICE date has been reached, the system will
    only operate at the temperature that was previously set in
    SERVICE mode. The display will no longer display the
    operating mode, only the telephone number that has been
    entered and the SERVICE indicator (which will continue to
    flash).
    To enter the SERVICE menu, press the OK or Arrow keys, and
    enter the code you originally set to access SERVICE mode.
    Once back in SERVICE mode, you can edit the telephone
    number, set a new servicing date, or turn SERVICE mode ON
    or OFF in exactly the same way as described earlier.

    CONTROL (PWM) Menu
    By selecting the Control menu, the installer can change
    the control method used by the programmable
    thermostat - either ON/OFF or Pulse Width Modulation
    (PWM). The default setting is ON / OFF.
    On entering the menu, scroll to select the preferred
    option (ON/OFF or PWM control), and confirm the
    choice using the OK button. Use the Arrow key to return to the Menu Option display. PWM mode
    should only be selected by the Engineer carrying out the installation or other qualified person.

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    USEFUL INFORMATION
    BATTERY STATUS
    The ST620 checks the battery voltage frequently during normal operation .If the battery
    voltage is sensed as being low, the low battery indicator will be displayed on the screen.
    Although the programmable thermostat will continue to operate normally at this stage, you
    should replace the batteries as soon as possible to prevent the ST620 entering OFF mode.

    OFF MODE
    The Low Battery indicator
    will be displayed if battery voltage is detected as “low”, in
    this case the thermostat functions normally during low battery except the backlight will be
    turned off. The ST620 will enter into OFF mode if the battery voltage falls drastically low, and
    all outputs will turn off.
    As all functions except sampling the battery voltage are disabled in OFF mode, it is
    recommended that you replace the ST620 batteries as soon as possible to restore normal
    operation.
    If the voltage of the replaced batteries is not high enough (if older batteries have been used)
    the unit will remain in OFF mode and will not reset.

    BACKLIGHT
    The backlight of the ST620 is switched on automatically whenever the Touch Ring is activated, or any of the keys are
    pressed. The backlight will remain illuminated for approximately 6 seconds after the last key press, except if you are
    changing settings within the Clock, Programme or Temporary Override modes – in this case, the backlight will remain
    illuminated for 10 seconds after the last key press.
    The backlight will not illuminate if the ST620 battery is low, or if the Slide Switch is in the LOCKED position.

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    SLIDE SWITCH
    The Slide Switch has two positions: UNLOCKED and LOCKED. In the LOCKED position, the Touch Lock indicator
    will
    be visible on the LCD, and it will not be possible to change the ST620 settings. If you are unable to change any
    thermostat settings, check that the Slide Switch is in the UNLOCKED position.

    RESET BUTTON
    The Reset Button is provided as a way to restore the thermostat to its default factory settings. Pressing this button will
    delete any previously entered settings.
    After pressing the Reset Button, the ST620 will revert to the following (default) settings:
    Mode:
    Programme:
    Time:
    DST:
    Control method:
    Holiday:
    Frost:
    Sleep:
    RF address code:

    Auto
    6
    12:00am
    On
    On/Off
    Off
    Off
    Off
    factory setting

    RF COMMUNICATION
    When the ST620 is operating in AUTO mode, if the Boiler Control has not received a signal from the ST620 after 1 hour,
    the Boiler Control will turn off the boiler, and the LED indicator will flash constantly (two times every second).
    Once the Boiler Control receives a valid ON or OFF signal, the Boiler Control will control the heating system accordingly.

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    ENERGY TIP
    One way to set and use your room thermostat is to find the lowest temperature setting that you are comfortable with,
    and then leave it set at this temperature. You can do this by setting the room thermostat to a low temperature, (for
    example 17 °C) and then increasing the setting by one degree each day until you are comfortable with the room
    temperature - you won’t have to adjust the thermostat further, as adjustment above this setting will waste energy - a 1
    °C increase in temperature is equal to 3% of your heating costs.

    MAINTENANCE
    The ST620 programmable thermostat requires no special maintenance. Periodically, the outer casing can be wiped clean
    using a dry cloth (please DO NOT use solvents, polishes, detergents or abrasive cleaners, as these can damage the thermostat).
    There are no user serviceable parts within the unit; any servicing or repairs should only be carried out by Salus Controls
    or their appointed agents.
    Should the ST620 programmable thermostat fail to function correctly, check:





    The batteries are the correct type, fitted correctly and are not exhausted - fit new batteries if in doubt.
    The ST620 Boiler Control has mains power (LED on)
    Heating system time switch or programmer is switched on.
    If the ST620 is still not functioning correctly, press the Reset Button.

    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
    Model:
    Type:

    ST620
    Electronic programmable thermostat with RF boiler module,
    designed for Volt Free and AC heating applications.

    Clock
    Type:
    Display Modes:

    Radio Controlled Clock (RCC)
    12 or 24 hour clock display.

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    Programming
    Programming Modes:
    Number of Programmes:
    Override Facility:
    Holiday Facility:

    User selectable for 5/2 or 7 day option
    Six (6) user programmes plus factory default programme.
    User selectable programme override facility.
    User selectable option to temporarily override selected programme.

    Temperature
    Scale:
    Tolerance:
    Sampling Rate:
    Display Range:
    Display Resolution:
    Set Temperature Range:
    Resolution:
    Control
    Control Method:
    Memory Backup
    Type:

    Celsius
    Less than ± 0.5 ºC at 25 ºC
    Every 15 seconds
    0.0 ºC to + 45.0 ºC
    0.5 ºC
    5.0 ºC to + 35 ºC
    0.5 ºC
    1. ON – OFF control
    2. PWM control
    Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory (EEPROM)

    Radio Frequency (RF) Settings
    Operating Frequency:
    868 MHz
    Max. Operating Range:
    100 metres (free air) or 30 metres (indoors)
    Environment
    Operating Temperature:
    Storage Temperature:

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    0 ºC to + 50 ºC
    - 10 ºC to + 60 ºC

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    ST620WBC Warranty
    Salus Controls warrants that this product will be free from any defect in materials or workmanship, and
    shall perform in accordance with its specification, for a period of two years from the date of installation.
    Salus Controls sole liability for breach of this warranty will be (at its option) to repair or replace the
    defective product.

    Customer Name: .............................................................................................
    Customer Address: ..........................................................................................
    ......................................................... Post Code: .............................................
    Tel No: ............................... Email: ..................................................................

    #

    Engineers Company: .......................................................................................
    Tel No: ............................... Email: ..................................................................
    Intallation Date: ..............................................................................................
    Engineers Name: .............................................................................................
    Engineers Signature: .......................................................................................

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